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Terrified when the snake reversed the position to attack the kite to turn the hunter into prey


A red-tailed hawk will eat almost any smaller animal it can catch in its talons. They are a ᴛᴇʀʀɪғʏing predator that pounces on prey from above, taking advantage of its height and speed.

Since they frequently alight high above or fly over an open area, their hawk eyes aid in their ability to concentrate on prey. They have vision that is up to ten times better than that of humans, making them some of the smartest birds in North America. If you’ve ever spent time in fields where hawk populations are high, it’s likely that you’ve witnessed one of them swooping off with a snake.

This hawk was merely going about its daily business while looking for food. However, the prey he was envisioning had different plans. The ʜᴜɴᴛer became the prey after the hawk ᴀᴛᴛᴀᴄᴋed the snake and was eventually captured by the snake.


Two men attempted to save the bird when they realized what was happening. The hawk was ғɪɢʜᴛing for its life and they were trying to detach the snake from it. One man was pulling a huge snake that was still biting the hawk’s leg. The hawk tried to fly away, but the snake wanted revenge. When the snake finally let go of the hawk, the hawk immediately took off.


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